Waianae woman arrested for allegedly ...

Waianae woman arrested for allegedly cashing stolen checks

There are 11 comments on the The Honolulu Advertiser story from Aug 24, 2012, titled Waianae woman arrested for allegedly cashing stolen checks. In it, The Honolulu Advertiser reports that:

Honolulu police arrested a 44-year-old Waianae woman today after she allegedly cashed checks stolen from mailboxes in Waianae and Kapolei.

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The Opinion

Waianae, HI

#1 Aug 27, 2012
Yup...and she got 7 dependents on EBT with full cash benefits and is pulling a brand new Tahoe. So what's your problem.

Look, that's the kind of stuff she does on her day off after a hard night at the airport.

Give the woman some love. That's what Aloha is all about. Yep everybody...let's give her a big hand (sounds of thunderous applause)because she probably knows what to do with that hand when she ain't using it to be signing off on other people's money.

[SLAM]
hana ho

Kenmore, WA

#2 Aug 27, 2012
Why can't people can't keep their grubby paws off of other peoples stuff? Too stupid and lazy to hold a job.

Since: May 11

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#3 Aug 27, 2012
How the F*** was she able to cash checks from three different people and get away with it? The banks should have to pay those people their money without making them wait, or anything else. I'd like to see a follow up story on how the woman was able to fake out the incompetent tellers, and what happened to them, if anything. My friend's no-good daughter tried cashing a stolen check at First Hawaiian and never got out of the parking lot. The woman hadn't even reported the checks stolen yet, but the teller was sharp. The daughter's three kids were taken away by CPS on the spot too.
No loads

Honolulu, HI

#4 Aug 27, 2012
Joe Balls wrote:
How the F*** was she able to cash checks from three different people and get away with it? The banks should have to pay those people their money without making them wait, or anything else. I'd like to see a follow up story on how the woman was able to fake out the incompetent tellers, and what happened to them, if anything. My friend's no-good daughter tried cashing a stolen check at First Hawaiian and never got out of the parking lot. The woman hadn't even reported the checks stolen yet, but the teller was sharp. The daughter's three kids were taken away by CPS on the spot too.
Holy crap! Now what you going to do Balls she sounds like the one you were buying illegal food stamps from? Waianae is filled with no-loads like you guys. If only you criminals aholes would stay over there, but NO you guys come to Honolulu/Waikiki/Chinatown to make all kinds of problems. I am for digging a 30' deep trench just before Waianae manned by HPD. That way they can check ID's and vehicles for stolen stuff from town.
leeward LOLO

Honolulu, HI

#5 Aug 27, 2012
No loads wrote:
<quoted text>Holy crap! Now what you going to do Balls she sounds like the one you were buying illegal food stamps from? Waianae is filled with no-loads like you guys. If only you criminals aholes would stay over there, but NO you guys come to Honolulu/Waikiki/Chinatown to make all kinds of problems. I am for digging a 30' deep trench just before Waianae manned by HPD. That way they can check ID's and vehicles for stolen stuff from town.
We always hoped for a trench down by HECO to keep outsiders outside.

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#6 Aug 28, 2012
leeward LOLO wrote:
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We always hoped for a trench down by HECO to keep outsiders outside.
I know. Those friggin townies keep coming out here and littering, and trying to change things. A bigger bunch of self-righteous aszholes you've never found, except for maybe in Kailua. There should be an ID check for cars entering our area to make sure they stay in their crime-infested yuppy city where they belong. Let em build their train to Kailua and leave the country, country.
The Opinion

Waianae, HI

#7 Aug 29, 2012
Joe Balls wrote:
<quoted text> I know. Those friggin townies keep coming out here and littering, and trying to change things. A bigger bunch of self-righteous aszholes you've never found, except for maybe in Kailua. There should be an ID check for cars entering our area to make sure they stay in their crime-infested yuppy city where they belong. Let em build their train to Kailua and leave the country, country.
Yep...maybe we could find a sister city in West Virginia.
Have us a six fingered with a tail and spots yearly festival or somethin'
leeward LOLO

Honolulu, HI

#8 Aug 29, 2012
The Opinion wrote:
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Yep...maybe we could find a sister city in West Virginia.
Have us a six fingered with a tail and spots yearly festival or somethin'
Wonderful idea.
We should apply for a grant then taxpayers would pay all our expenses to go there.

Since: May 11

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#9 Aug 29, 2012
LOLO, Here's a heads-up for you. The no-loads are passing bad money in our area. My buddy recently had a family move out of one of his places, and he's been looking for them. Seems they paid the last month's rent using funny money. He kept it separate and has been trying to find them because there were a lot of fake twenties in the money they gave him. Well, yesterday they turned back up and they are moving into a house on a back road that I use, and I spotted the uncle sitting in the garage with the other scofflaws. When they saw me they tried to hide behind a tuck, but too slow, sorry. They supposedly just paid 30K cash to move into a vacant house, but that should come to a halt today when the Secret Service is called in. At the least, the landlord or seller will be warned, first thing this morning.
leeward LOLO

Honolulu, HI

#10 Aug 29, 2012
Joe Balls wrote:
LOLO, Here's a heads-up for you. The no-loads are passing bad money in our area. My buddy recently had a family move out of one of his places, and he's been looking for them. Seems they paid the last month's rent using funny money. He kept it separate and has been trying to find them because there were a lot of fake twenties in the money they gave him. Well, yesterday they turned back up and they are moving into a house on a back road that I use, and I spotted the uncle sitting in the garage with the other scofflaws. When they saw me they tried to hide behind a tuck, but too slow, sorry. They supposedly just paid 30K cash to move into a vacant house, but that should come to a halt today when the Secret Service is called in. At the least, the landlord or seller will be warned, first thing this morning.
I am still "cleaning" up my places before manager takes over, I had to resort to going to a chief for advice. If you cannot convince them, embarass them.
They were showing up there at night and having practice with loud drums, chanting and yelling. I went there last night and waited and finally I think they have the idea that no more will be tolerated.
If these people paid $30,000 cash shouldn't that be reported to somebody? I know that even if you put that or less into a bank you get bombaraded with paperwork to fill out.
Keep me posted.

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#11 Aug 29, 2012
leeward LOLO wrote:
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I am still "cleaning" up my places before manager takes over, I had to resort to going to a chief for advice. If you cannot convince them, embarass them.
They were showing up there at night and having practice with loud drums, chanting and yelling. I went there last night and waited and finally I think they have the idea that no more will be tolerated.
If these people paid $30,000 cash shouldn't that be reported to somebody? I know that even if you put that or less into a bank you get bombaraded with paperwork to fill out.
Keep me posted.
I saw my friend this morning but he was on his way to Halawa for something, I'll keep you posted on what happens.
I know what you mean about the money. I'm fixing to dole out about 50K over the next couple of weeks, but I'm going to do it in 9K increments, just to keep the IRS off my back. No reason other than to say F U to them. I made the mistake of paying off a 20K bill in July, and I've had to prove the source of the money three times since then so I could move on to the next transaction. As recently as last week they asked me for a bank receipts and deposit slips, but this time I told them "NO, I supplied it to you twice already." I guess they reconsidered, because the transaction closed on Friday, as scheduled. I think the bank must have told them that they were going to lose business or something. I know they are trying to stop drug money laundering, but this was getting ridiculous.

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